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Protection Agency, May 24, 2000.
166 The transcript of this meeting: “Presenting IBP, Inc., to Lexington, Nebraska: A Public Forum Conducted by the Dawson County Council
for Economic Development, July 7, 1988, at the Junior High School Auditorium,” transcription by the staff of the Lauby Law Office,
Lexington, Nebraska. 8. The Most Dangerous Job
This chapter is based largely on interviews that I conducted with dozens of Latino meatpacking workers in Colorado and Nebraska. I also
interviewed a former slaughterhouse safety director, a former slaughterhouse nurse, former plant supervisors, and a physician whose medical
practice was for years devoted to the treatment of slaughterhouse workers. All of these managerial personnel had left the meatpacking
industry by choice; none had been fired; and their reluctance to use their real names in this book stems from the widespread fear of the
meatpackers in rural communities where they operate. I am grateful to those who spoke with me and showed me around.
Deborah E. Berkowitz...
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